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Letters to the Editor -- January 06, 2005


Bestof the Police Report: 2004

November20: While on patrol an officer was contacted by a concernedcitizen who reported a man was using a pay phone in the200 block of E Street. The citizen...

Cityof Blaine: Challenges and Opportunities

2004has been an extremely busy and productive year for thecity of Blaine. The major issue in the city continuesto be the siting and construction of a new...

BirchBay Chamber of Commerce:From cold water to hot festivals

The2004 Polar Bear Swim started the year off with one ofthe largest crowds ever, gathered at Birch Bay for the21st annual dip on January 1. There were ...

Oneless Crossen to bear for commissioners and firefighters

DaveCrossen’s tenure as fire chief of North WhatcomFire & Rescue Services (NWFRS) came to an end at midnighton New Year’s Eve. At a special...

Departmentof ecology levies $18,500 fine

Thestate department of ecology (DOE) has issued a fine of$18,500 to Nature’s Path Foods inBlaine for discharging more than 600 pounds of sugar intothe...

Highspeed car crash takes one life, one seriously injured

RonaldSanchez, 46, died early New Year’s Day whenhe lost control of his 1988 Porsche on Birch Bay Drive nearCottonwood Drive. Sanchez was southbound...

Blainebasketball mania hits the road

In atwo-day road trip last week that took them to both thebright lights of the big city and the modest confines ofa “Hoosiers” style old high...

Yearin Review 2004

January8: A winter storm rolled into Blaine and Birch Bay, droppingseveral inches of snow onto icy roads leading to twodays of school closures.

Localteachers experience power of tsunami

(Editornote: Patrick Green and Becky Johnson are formerBlaine teachers currently living and teaching inSingapore. The following is Green’seyewitness...


Police Report -- January 06, 2005


Sports -- January 06, 2005


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